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• Bouquet for the bride
• Three wine glasses - one to break and two to keep
for future anniversaries (an Italian Jewish tradition)
• Renewal certificate
• Keepsake copy of the entire ceremony
• Kipot (yarmulkes) for groom and guests (up to 10)
• Bottle of local Italian wine
• All for a very affordable price
What could be more romantic than Italy? What
could be more beautiful than a personalized
ceremony to renew your wedding vows in any one of
Italy's exquisite regions.
Choose a gorgeous villa, a lush private garden or our
small synagogue, Ner Tamid del Sud in Calabria (the
first active synagogue in Calabria in 500 years) as
you renew and refresh your wedding vows.
Rabbi Barbara Aiello, the first woman rabbi in Italy,
will make it happen for you. She will create a
personalized Jewish, interfaith or non-sectarian
spiritual ceremony that can include friends and
family as well.
As one recent "bride" of 35 years said, "Back in the
day, there were very few rabbis who would conduct
an interfaith wedding. Now, after all these years, I'm
finally standing under the chuppah!"
Rabbi Barbara will work with your event coordinator
to make your wedding anniversary ceremony special,
memorable, and affordable, as well.
Rabbi Barbara Aiello
Rabbi Barbara Aiello currently directs the IjCCC (Italian Jewish Cultural Center of Calabria) and serves Synagogue Ner Tamid del Sud.
She is the first Non-Orthodox and first woman rabbi in Italy.
|Rabbi Barbara conducts Jewish & Interfaith Weddings,
Commitment Ceremonies, and Renewal of Vows in
Italy, United States and will travel around the world.
Contact her for your personalized ceremony.
|Renew your Wedding Vows in Italy
NOTE: If the ceremony is held in the Calabria synagogue, live
traditional Jewish music is included at no additional charge. If
the ceremony is held in another Italian venue, travel and
lodging costs for the rabbi are additional.
The Jewish Interfaith Ceremony
"It was always my dream to stand under the
A lush Italian garden is perfect for draping a family
tallit to make a personal, traditional chuppah.
"Years ago we received a kiddush cup as a
wedding present. What a joy to have it on our
chuppah table as we celebrated 25 years."
"As my husband was about to break the glass,
Rabbi Barbara said, 'Each piece you break it into
is another blessing in your married life together.'"
Renewal of Vows